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, new york, are sure glad to have him around. he is giving out bills to victims of sandy. he wants to keep his identity a secret. so no photos of his face. we do know this, he is a businessman from kansas city who plans to give out $100,000 to those who have been hit so hard by this storm. >>> and it has been a long haul for the people of staten island, so many are still suffering. they felt the city was initially slow to send in help and relief supplies. so many are still so desperate that tempers are boiling over. nbc's katy tur is there, good evening. >>eporter: gd ening, t habeth, like they're still being ignored. that is why the emotions came to a head. last night more than a thousand people jammed this high school gym to get answers, what they got was a lot more frustration. >> there is a lot of confusion, but a lot of statements and misstatements are being made. >> reporter: officials from the city and fema had organized this town hall in the hopes of easing residents' mounting concerns. instead, they got an earful when the people lashed out. >> we never want to go through t
miles a day. and ran from new york all the way to california. she got the job done, in fact she needed 12 pairs of shoes to accomplish her goal. >> it was amazing. i mean, the support and enthusiasm that i've received from people across the country throughout this journey has been a huge factor in getting me home. that was incredibly, incredibly important to me. and today was no exception to that. >> that's a true superwoman. moving onto baseball, angel pagon received offers from two teams, the giants and the philadelphia phillys. both contracts are for four years. pagan is 31 years old. he had a .288 batting average last season along with eight homers and 56 runs batted in. he has not decided on which team he will join next year. >>> also children from several local hospitals visited the north pole today. in actuality they took a flight on a 747 around the bay area. but when they landed in san francisco it was decorated like the north pole. santa claus was there along with vy that blue and olympians christie yamaguchi and michael johnson. you can't forget the -- what a great way to ce
here in new york city celebrating christmas time. what's your favorite store? >> the apple store. >> are you bidding your christmas list? >> yes. >> mom? >> yes. >> just take notes. early christmas gift for some people in the middle of the country if you like it warm. we are looking at temperatures about 20 degrees above average, and actually, going to possibly break some records later on this afternoon with highs today topping out in the 80s for the meteorogical >>> good morning from the bay area weather center. we have the jet stream positioned over the bay area. more rain is on the way. we see a little bit of light action towards oakland and hayward and half moon bay through the santa cruz mountains. all of this moved off quickly and making way for the next system due it arrive tomorrow wr'ches and possibly to six in the mountains before we dry out on monday morning. >> faen you want more information on the heat or that rain, you can always check out your latest forecast at weather.com. lester, erica? >>> still ahead, case dismissed. the u.s. open ref who walked into a courtro
of the wine they're making. dirck bass is an architect. he built the gypsy wagon in 19-70 in upstate new york, when luke was just a boy. it was built with a tow hitch. i put it onto a rental truck. put all of our possessions in the rental truck and pulled it out west. some might say this lifestyle's inconvenient, more of a hassle than it's worth. but if you ask luke and elena, living in a trailer in the middle of a vineyard really does have its perks. it's about quality of life. by living in the wagon i don't have to get a second job to pay the rent or to pay the mortgage. and elena can do the work she loves... it's really gotten me way more in touch much with what's happening in the vineyard and the cycles of the vineyard. ...so it really just allows us the opportunity to live the life we want. if the winery turns a profit, luke and elena might consider moving out of the old wagon. in the meantime, they're hard at work in the vineyards, near their little gypsy home. to get the things you want, you have to prioritize. and we didn't know if it was going to work, and it really has. it's been a
good. maybe its because he's from napa..people expect you to be from new york or la, or something like that. i'm from napa and you just have to deal with it.as an artist, gordon delights in the unexpected. the way glass can distort images...look towards the bottom of sculpture, right? when you're walking. um, they start disappearing. oh they do!the way light reflects color.you see with this one here? if i were to remove the light, there is no color. right? there's no color. gordon is wired with creativity.so this is like thomas edison and bondage kind of thing, ok.in gordon's world... 22 foot fuel tanks from military planes,,, morph into giant sculptures.really, it's kind of like a sword into plowshares too. because this fuel tank was originally made for military use. so you're taking um, something of that use and you're redefining it's use, redefining its usefulness and making it into an object of beauty.ya that's very cool. his studio is a 13 thousand foot converted tannery in napa. godron needs a big space...because so many of his pieces are large scale.this two thousand pound me
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